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Jammu and Kashmir: Rajouri girl fights all odds to secure 98.06 pc in Class 12 Kashmir Girl
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Jammu and Kashmir: Rajouri girl fights all odds to secure 98.06 pc in Class 12

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 11 Jul 2021, 05:40 pm

Srinagar: A Rajouri girl has defeated all odds to stand in the third position in the Jammu and Kashmir district with 98.06 percent marks in the Jammu and Kashmir State Board of School Education (JKBOSE) examination 2021.

Parents of Aisha Bibi attribute her success to MIE Higher Secondary School as the institute had provided her with free books and study materials.

The institute provided the books to students amid COVID-19 troubles and lockdown.

Speaking to ANI, Gulam Rasul, father of Aisha said, "I belong to a very poor family, and despite we lack necessary amenities, we have tried our best to educate our daughter to give her whatever she wants. Despite inadequate power supply and other facilities in my village Amroh, she managed to study well. When COVID-19 lockdown was implemented students were worried about getting a proper education. However, the school kept supporting us and we were provided with free books and study material."

"Along with our hard work, the major help is being done by this academy because they do not charge fees from the children belong to economically weaker sections. I am very thankful for them," he added.